========================================================================= The babel-french bundle (formerly known as `frenchb') French language support for the babel multilingual package Copyright 1996--2017 Daniel Flipo E-mail: daniel (dot) flipo (at) free (dot) fr Released under the LaTeX Project Public License v1.3 or later See http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt ========================================================================= == PURPOSE == This bundle is an extension to the babel package for multilingual typesetting. It provides all necessary macros, definitions and settings to typeset French documents. It is designed to work with the following engines: pdfTeX, XeTeX and LuaTeX. == CONTENTS == The bundle consists of the following files: * frenchb.ins: installation file to unpack the language definition files, * frenchb.dtx: packed language definition files and documentation, * frenchb.pdf: unpacked documentation for frenchb.ldf, * README (this file). == INSTALLATION == If the latest version of this package is not included in your LaTeX distribution, do the following: * issue "luatex frenchb.ins" to unpack the language definition files, * copy the files frenchb.ldf and frenchb.lua to a location where TeX can find them (default location: $TEXMF/tex/generic/babel-french/). == DOCUMENTATION == See the included manual frenchb.pdf for usage instructions. Another more extensive documentation is available in French here: http://daniel.flipo.free.fr/frenchb/frenchb-doc.pdf == CHANGES == See the included manual frenchb.pdf, section "Change History".
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babel-french – Babel contributed support for French
The package, formerly known as frenchb, establishes French conventions in a document (or a subset of the conventions, if French is not the main language of the document).
The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||1996–2017 Daniel Flipo|
|Contained in||TeX Live as babel|
|MiKTeX as babel|
support for typesetting French|
extra language ‘drivers’ for existing multilingual packages